|Leo Frank and Rich Jews Indict the State of Georgia - Tom E. Watson|
Watson's Magazine, October, 1915. Firebrand populist politician Tom Watson, one of the best defense lawyers in the State of Georgia, was a media publisher and populist politician elected to the United States senate in 1920. Watson reports in his weekly 'Jeffersonian Newspaper' and monthly 'Watson's magazine', on what the general public in the South and United States of American, and later all of Western Civilization, perceives as "Jewish media control", and the manipulation of their powerful mai...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; Tom Watson; 1913; 1914; 1915; Atlanta; Georgia; Luther Rosser; Hugh Dorsey; Reuben Arnold; Fulton County; New York Times; ADL; B'nai B'rith; Bnai Brith; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Israel; KKK; anti-Semitism; anti-semite; white
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|The Full Review of the Leo Frank Case (March 1915) By Tom Watson - Tom Watson|
Once again Tom Watson, the controversial, populist politician and seasoned criminal attorney, enters the gladiatorial arena of the Leo Frank saga, just as he did in his January 1915 issue of Watson's Magazine and weekly 'Jeffersonian Newspaper' from 1914 to 1917. What makes Watson's Magazine March 1915, another forbidden fruit analysis of the Leo Frank Case, is because in this issue, Tom E. Watson, is really starting to get warmed-up, only 2 months after his rough start in the January 1915, issu...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; Tom Watson; 1915; Atlanta; Georgia
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